maybe some tea. > > i am not completely certain my tooth isn't going to get knocked out, but i still brush my teeth. > > but again, it's how much danger is looming, and right now, the danger that's looming is still a little bit more uncontrollable. > > sky is falling! sky is falling! sky is falling! > > round two: high commodity. what's likely to happen with the price of marijuana now that it's legal in states such as colorado? that rocky mountain high. > > you want to go ahead and incriminate yourself on this one? > > i am not going to incriminate myself. i am not a marijuana user, but i do think there are some tax benefits from this situation, and it's just another crop. you have to think about it. the constitution was written on hemp paper. until 1910, it was perfectly legal, and it was used for rope and many other things. > > i actually support alan on this one. i think marijuana wouldn't be a bad thing. we could use all the revenue we can get as a nation. here is what i'm looking at. there are some derivatives plays here. i would look at something like domino's pizza, because yes, you do get the munchies according to well- known fact, and, yum! brands. > > all right, that's a stretch. how about reynolds; alteria; j&j, if they get in the marijuana business - it's a drug - and, lastly, adm, archer daniels midland, the supermarket to the world. they can help in the growing of marijuana.